C Commands

Certificate

cert-create

This command is used to create a self-signed server certificate

Syntax   cert-create name name-string country country-string state state-string city city-string organization organization-string organizational-unit organizational-unit-string common-name common-name-string container zone|name

name name-string

Specify the name of the certificate.

country country-string

Specify the country name (2 letter code).

state state-string

Specify the state or province name.

city city-string

Specify the city name.

organization organization-string

Specify the organization name.

organizational-unit organizational-unit-string

Specify the organizational unit name.

common-name common-name-string

Specify the common name.

container zone name

Specify the certificate zone or name.

Defaults   None

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in Version 2.5.4.

Usage   Use certificates to secure server connections.

Examples  To create a self-signed server certificate named cert1, use the following command:

CLI network-admin@switch > CLI cert-create name cert1 country US state CA city PA organization ovs organizational-unit ou common-name Pluribus

Successfully generated self-signed certificate.

See Also   

cert-delete

cert-import

cert-request-create

cert-request-show

cert-show